With many countries around the world declaring themselves coronavirus free, travel is coming back to normal. To create a ‘new normal’ travel is being resumed with covid-19 travel guidance issued by airports and airlines globally. airssist along with its providers are all taking the necessary measures for the health of our travelers, greeters, and staff by tracking all the airlines and airport measures being implemented worldwide
If you are looking for open countries to travel you have come to the right place. Here is the country-by-country guide where international travel return has happened.
Country-by-country travel restrictions
Here is the list of country-by-country guide of where tourism travel is now open.
Countries which are open with restrictions in Europe
Austria has reopened its border for all EU countries from 16th June, without the exception of UK, Sweden, Spain and Portugal.
Bermuda has allowed international travel from 1st July, but you need a negative Covid-19 certificate to enter the nation.
Iceland is allowing international flights to and from countries globally. But passengers have to fill out a pre-registration form before boarding their flight.
Italy is allowing flights to and from only 26 countries.
Malta has allowed visitors from over 20 nations from 1st July. Travel will be open for all from 15th July.
UK is allowing international travel, but travelers need to self-isolate themselves for at least 14 days.
Ukraine has resumed tourism from 15th June. But the government has issued a list of Green zone and Red zone countries. For Green zone countries there are no restrictions, but for travelers from Red zone quarantine is must.
Countries which are now open for travel without restrictions in Europe
Aruba too has opened its borders for international travel return. The reopening is taking place for different low risk countries between 15th June to 10th July. But drastic measures have to be taken by all tourism related businesses to tackle coronavirus.
Bahamas has opened all travel from 1st July for all countries worldwide, asking them to follow covid-19 travel guidance issued by the authorities.
Mexico has resumed travel in certain tourist destinations (according to the coronavirus risk in the region) from 8th June.
Saint Lucia too has resumed international travel, but you need a negative coronavirus certificate to enter the nation.
St. Vincent and The Grenadines is also open for all international travel, but passengers will be tested upon arrival from 1st July. After 1st August only travelers from high risk countries will be tested.
Countries which are now open for travel without restrictions in Americas
- Antigua and Barbuda
- The Dominican Republic
Rwanda has allowed international travel for all nationalities from 17th June. But passengers must provide a negative coronavirus certificate taken no longer than 72 hours from boarding. They will be retested upon arrival too.
Seychelles has allowed flights to and from 19 low risk countries from 1st June.
Egypt and Tanzania are accepting travelers from all over with ‘pre-covid’ border rules.
Maldives have allowed international travel return. But upon arrival a health declaration card must be filled, and passengers must go through thermal screening.
Turkey has allowed international travel return from 12th June with no restrictions.
UAE (Dubai), too is allowing all nationalities to travel to the emirates from 7th July. But a negative PCR test must be carried by the traveler, issued no longer than 96 hours before boarding.
Safety Measures by airssist
We have all been stuck in our homes and would like to resume traveling and exploring. But because of the coronavirus situation it is best to take the necessary precautions. And the best one for airport travel is opt for Meet and Greet services, booked online through airssist.
Our greeters will ensure that you enter and leave the airport quickly and smoothly, without coming in contact many people. The greeter will wear a mask, gloves, and carry hand sanitizer to ensure their and our safety.
Check our meet and greet packages by visiting our website airssist.com where you can search for different airport service and see what it includes and what is the price.